Avery nice hotel/inn in the downtown of a nice town and quiet setting. Pleasant dining and reading areas within the hotel. Friendly and helpful staff. I would stay here again. I stayed one night and enjoyed my stay. This is a good choice for couples, families, friends or alone. There is a great amount of history in the hotel photos and design.
The small town of Littleton New Hampshire is amazing to visit! You can walk up-and-down Main Street. You can go into Chudders with the world's longest candy counter. You can go into the L shop which is a very cool store. You can walk along the river right behind Main Street where there is a music wall and a Covered Bridge. If you are hungry you can try the Thai restaurant or Alberto's the Mexican restaurant. There's also an old school diner. If you go into the Thayers Inn you can ask for a for a key to go up to the Crow's nest and you can look you can look out and see the beautiful mountains!
My husband and I stayed one night in a room with a king sized bed on the second floor. We usually stay at modern franchises so this was a change for us. If you like older historical buildings you will appreciate this place. It was clean and the staff were friendly. Be aware there is nothing new about this building so it does get cold in the winters. They provide a heater in the rooms for that and if you have trouble with stairs be sure to ask for a first floor room.
They charge half at the time of booking, another half at check in. Somehow I missed that, so when I saw there are two charges on my credit card statement, I dispute that. That was honest mistake. I went to White mountain 5 times this summer, I always pay my bill in full on time. Image my surprise when a angry call I received from Thayer desk, calling me theft of service, threaten me to pay otherwise they will take an action if I don't cancel the dispute. I will gladly call my credit card company to rectify the problem, once I know what is going on. It is Honest mistake, no need to threaten me. I am very surprised they treat customer like this. I will never come back.
We felt like the only good things about this inn was its location which was right in the middle of town, and that it was very clean. We were actually disappointed in almost everything else about it. We knew that the hotel was very old when we booked it, but we actually thought it would be okay. It was a chore to have to lug our heavy suitcases up a very long flight of stairs. Our room was noisy since it faced traffic. The bathroom was extremely small, and the small sink was outside the bathroom area. There is not enough room between the door and the toilet. The toilet paper roll was hard to reach, too far back on the left side. The shower stall was small and well used. The wooden floor going toward the bed was slightly tilted downward. The chair in the room was well sat in. Breakfast was another big disappointment, unless you like cold cereal. I read other reviews before booking. Maybe I just picked the wrong type of room. But this review in my opinion is fair, given the room that we were assigned to.…
This was an excellent value, and we enjoyed our stay. If, like Mother Nature, you abhor a straight line, this is place is for you! We found it particularly interesting the foot of the bed was higher than the head. However, it really added a lot of charm. The Inn was interesting to explore a bit, and the person at the desk was able to recommend some restaurants for us. We enjoyed the stay and would certainly stay again.
If you are into a modern place this is not for you but if you want a comfortable bed in very clean surroundings at a great value in a great location look no farther than the Thayers Inn. We had a great couple of nights there and had a great time. Pluses were the comfortable bed, location and cleanliness minuses were the bathroom toilet needing a couple of flushes every time and the size of the bathroom. Otherwise no issues and we would stay there again.
Just because an inn is old doesn’t mean it necessarily has to be run down. There are beautiful old ends and buildings all around New England, this is not one of them. The pros? There is one. If you were in Littleton it is a prime location. The cons? Pretty much everything else. The rooms are dated, with signs all over her not to touch something or use some thing because it’s broken. Our “suite” was just two old bedrooms linked by a closet with a toilet. Do you like a hot shower? I hope you have some time to wait. The shower takes a good 10 minutes to warm up and don’t forget to leave the doors closed or they say it sets off the fire alarm? Maybe I wouldn’t be so negative about the hotel but as I write this there is a family on the floor with adults and kids screaming who have been screaming in the hallway for an hour and no one seems to think that’s worth addressing. I guess that’s my issue to deal with? No thank you. Definitely definitely room for improvement.…
My girlfriend and I recently booked a weekend away at the Thayers Inn. Cute place, in a very cute town, and the Inn seemed very safe with social distancing and the pandemic. The owner was the best part though - great with suggestions about where to go in town, enthusiasm, etc. While we were in Littleton our car broke down, and while the local garage worked on it the folks at Thayers Inn took pity on us and told us we could stay however long we needed past checkout time. We ended up staying 4-5 hours past checkout waiting for the car to get fixed and they were cool the whole time.
Downtown Littleton is a very quaint fun main street. Thayers Inn is right on main street - the perfect location. We have been to Littleton many times and always enjoy the walk and atmosphere. We tried Thayers Inn so we would know if we should recommend to our guests - we are moving to the area. It is a very large, Old house. It is a bit worn but clean and quaint. Everything has seen a better day but that is part of the charm. Nostalgic is the best word for this Inn. There is so much character, from the slanted floors to the cast iron radiators, it makes it charming. The room was very small, sparsely decorated and the TV does not have a clear picture. But you are in the White Mountains take in the fresh air and hike a few trails. You won't need to unwind in front of a TV. Sleep will come easy and the beds are comfortable. The bathroom was small and as indicated keep the door closed for fire alarm. :) The staff was super nice. Unfortunately, the Taveryn has gone by the wayside for a Poutine restaurant. This is a nice old fashioned type stay. The price was right at 119.00/night.…